This page helps you to find a wide variety of used lacrosse equipment. Lacrosse can be expensive. One way to cut down on costs is to buy lightly used lacrosse gear. Many kids give up after their first season and you can get almost brand new lacrosse gear for a very low price.
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Used Lacrosse Equipment
- Auctions – Here are the latest auctions on lacrosse gear. It allows you to find most recent equipment that has been put up for sale.
- Balls – Since your kids will constant lose lacrosse balls in the backyard, one way to save money is to buy used lacrosse balls. You often can find large buckets of lacrosse balls for not much money.
- Chest Protectors – Chest protectors are designed to protect kids from slashes, etc.
- Elbow Pads & Arm Guards – Look for lightly used elbow pads and arm guards in order to find some inexpensive arm & elbow protection.
- Gloves – Even lacrosse gloves are super expensive. New gloves can cost $100-$150. Lightly used lacrosse gloves can cost a lot less.
- Goalie Equipment – Goalies wear specialized gloves, chest protectors, etc. They also use different sticks & heads. These are much more expensive than regular lacrosse gear. If you have a beginning goalie, you might want to consider lightly used (and much less expensive) lacrosse goalie equipment if you are afraid that he might quit the goalie position by the end of the season.
- Heads – Families often get a few different types of lacrosse heads before their son finds a favorite. They then try to sell the others in order to get some money back. That means you can find some good deals on lightly used lacrosse heads.
- Shoulder Pads
- Lacrosse Shafts & Sticks – Lacrosse shafts & sticks can be very costly (i.e. $100-$200). Look for slightly used lacrosse sticks & shafts in order to save some money. Also be aware that the same brand of stick & head are often easier to attach (i.e. the lacrosse screw holes for heads & shafts match up better if they are from the same brand).
- Goals & Nets
- Rebounders – Lacrosse rebounders are a great way to improve a kid’s stick skills. They are portable “wall ball”machines that allow kids to practice their right and left passes/shots/catching by bouncing balls off the rebounder… versus using the side of your house!
Used Lacrosse Gear in Action!